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Research participation and the right to withdraw.
|Title||Research participation and the right to withdraw.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2005|
|Keywords||Clinical , Clinical Trials as Topic , ethical , Ethical Analysis , Humans , Informed , Informed Consent , Moral , Moral Obligations , motivation , Negotiating , personal , Personal Autonomy , power , Power (Psychology) , Refusal , Refusal to Participate , research , Research Subjects , Researcher-Subject , Researcher-Subject Relations , Time , Time Factors|
This author discusses the right of human participants in research have to withdraw from a study at any time, and why this right to withdraw should not be unconditional. It instead, the author suggests, should be an ongoing set of negotiations between the patient and researcher.
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